The City of Vaughan Celebrates International Humanity First Day

The City of Vaughan Celebrates International Humanity First Day

The city of Vaughan will be celebrating International Humanity First Day on March 10 by holding a Humanitarian Exhibition to showcase how Canadians ar...

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The city of Vaughan will be celebrating International Humanity First Day on March 10 by holding a Humanitarian Exhibition to showcase how Canadians are helping the less fortunate in Canada and around the world.

This admission free exhibition will provide information about the core humanitarian programs that Humanity First offers and how Canadians can volunteer and support these programs.

In addition to the core Humanity First Programs such as Disaster Relief, Water for Life, Refugee Resettlement, Community Care and Food Security, our latest projects Sponsoring Refugees and Shelter Bus for the Homeless will also be on display.

The exhibition will also include various business booths, food stalls and children activities. The exhibition is free and open to public.

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